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KXLY Broadcast Group plans to develop property on South Hill

— The KXLY Broadcast Group has teamed up with Kiemle Hagood to develop approximately 15 acres of property on the upper South Hill where Regal Street meets the Palouse Highway. The Southeast Sports Complex, the largest park on the upper South Hill, is surrounded by commercially zoned properties on three sides, so neighbors say whatever development takes shape on the land owned by KXLY needs to embrace the existing park and blend recreation with retail shopping and involves more aesthetics and less asphalt.

Plans call for building retail shops right along Regal with a set-back sidewalk that will separate cyclist and walkers from traffic. The architect envisions a pedestrian village that's as much a destination as it is a place to shop. Developers say they plan to put in enough trails and broad sidewalks to allow nearby residents bike or walk their way into the complex and ease congestion on Regal Street.

The project won't move forward unless the Spokane City Council approves selling KXLY a two-acre piece of property, which won't happen until the public comment period is over on July 11. If that sale goes through, a new road will cut into the existing parking lot and a little bit of a soccer field. The developer, however, plans to replace the soccer field and the parking before the existing ones are demolished so players and their families are not displaced by the construction, which could get underway by this time next year.


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